Mon, 29 Jul 2013 11:40:00 – Austria Vienna striker Philipp Hosiner has calmed speculation linking him with a move to Everton this summer.
Hosiner, who scored an impressive 32 goals in 34 games for the club last season, has two years remaining on his current deal.
The Austrian club are understood to be holding out for a fee in the region of Â£4.5m for the 24-year-old.
But Hosiner inists his priority is helping his side try and qualify for the UEFA Champions League as they prepare to face Icelandic opponents Hafnarfjordu in the third qualifying round of the competition.
"At this point in time I would like to have my peace," he told Austrian-based newspaper Osterreich.
"We have an important play-off match coming up and then after that I will listen to all enquiries with my agent.
"After that, we will see if it's worth me leaving such a great club like Austria Vienna."
The 33-year old is available on a free transfer following the expiry of his contract at the Britannia Stadium earlier this summer, and is training with the Scottish giants, Sky Sports understands.
Sidibe's final years as a Stoke player were plagued by injury, although he spent the majority of last season out on loan at Sheffield Wednesday and Tranmere Rovers.
The Mali international, who joined from Gillingham in 2005, spent eight years as a Stoke player, scoring 26 goals in the process.
Rangers have had a number of players on trial already this summer, notably former Sheffield United and Motherwell midfielder Nicky Law, as manager Ally McCoist prepares for the forthcoming season following his side's promotion from the Third Division.
The Magpies were understood to have increased their offer for 27-year-old Gomis to Â£6.9million last week.
However, the Ligue 1 side have been reportedly holding out for a bigger offer for the France international.
Alan Pardew has been eager to increase his attacking options and set his sights on Gomis, who scored 18 goals for Lyon last season.
It is now likely he will turn his attention to bringing in QPR forward Loic Remy, who has been linked with a season-long loan deal.
Shola Ameobi and Papiss Cisse are the club's only recognised strikers and Pardew has been working with chief scout Graham Carr and the club's director of football Joe Kinnear in trying to recruit new talent.
The 23-year-old, recently released by the League One newcomers, has put pen to paper on a one-year deal after scoring three goals in four appearances for the Iron during a trial spell.
Winnall signed his first professional contract at Molineux in 2009, but made just one first-team appearance, in a League Cup tie against Southend in 2010.
He has had previous loan spells at Burton, Hereford, Inverness and Shrewsbury and follows fellow summer recruits Andy Dawson, Chris Iwelumo, Terry Hawkridge, Luke Waterfall, Andy Welsh, Matt Sparrow, Etienne Esajas, Sean McAllister and Deon Burton into Glanford Park.
The Portugal international's future at Old Trafford remains in doubt following the arrival of new manager David Moyes.
Nani has a year left to run on his current deal and the big-spending French outfit could offer him a lucrative move to the principality.
Claudio Ranieri has already splashed the cash by acquiring the likes of Radamel Falcao, James Rodriguez, Joao Moutinho, Eric Abidal and Jeremy Toulalan.
And Vasilyev has not ruled out a bid for the 26-year-old towards the end of the summer transfer window.
"He has been proposed to us," Vasilyev told French newspaper L'Equipe. "He is a very good player, but there have been no talks so far.
"We have already changed our group quite a bit and we also want to offer opportunities to our young players.
"We still have time to make a few alterations before the end of the transfer window, if needed."